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How do I complete a new Approved Provider application?

The application process to become an Approved Provider is completed entirely online. To complete the Approved Provider application: Login or create an account on www.ncbtmb.org (if you already have an account with NCB, please use that account; do not create another one) Once logged in, click on “Initial Applications” from the Quick Links Menu on…

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How do I add a New Course to my AP Account?

Adding a New Course has never been easier with our new Operating System. The form is completed and paid for entirely online. Steps to add a New Course: Login to your NCBTMB AP account on www.ncbtmb.org Once logged in, click on “Initial Applications” from the Quick Links Menu on your Dashboard Select the “Approved Provider…

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Do I have to want to become Board Certified to take the MTAC?

No. MTAC is entirely voluntary (unless part of your school’s curriculum) and simply an assessment created to help candidates identify areas of strength and weakness. If you change you mind about Board Certification or wish to utilize your MTAC results in some other beneficial way, it is completely up to you. Your results are yours…

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How long do I have to apply for Board Certification after I take the MTAC?

If you choose to pursue Board Certification, your MTAC Background Check will be valid for two years from the date your MTAC Application is approved. If you apply for Board Certification within that two-year timeframe, you will not be required to complete another background check and will avoid that additional fee at the time of…

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How will MTAC help me?

You may be interested in taking MTAC to gauge your readiness for Board Certification, or simply to know which areas you may be weaker in. That way, you can customize your study time or material to help yourself become more proficient in areas of weakness and increase your chances of a successful attempt on the…

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What is considered unacceptable core curriculum content?

Unacceptable core curriculum content includes but is not limited to: Diagnoses (allopathic-based) of clinical conditions Implementation of allopathic medical/surgical procedures Physically invasive modalities, e.g., ear candles, intra-anal, intra-vaginal modalities, etc. Incorporation of chiropractic/osteopathic, e.g., ballistic, thrust oriented or other services and procedures which require additional licensure or certification, i.e., Yoga or Pilates Instructor Certification, Physical…

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What is unacceptable Course Criteria?

Unacceptable Course Content includes: Core curriculum content including basic anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, pathology, and Swedish massage applications Diagnoses (allopathic-based) of clinical conditions Implementation of allopathic medical/surgical procedures Physically invasive modalities, e.g., ear candles, intra-anal, intra-vaginal modalities, etc. Incorporation of chiropractic/osteopathic, e.g., ballistic, thrust oriented or other services and procedures which require additional licensure or certification,…

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